A Routine With Rev Blasts

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Jeff
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A Routine With Rev Blasts

Postby Jeff » Wed, Jan 07 2009, 04:23 PM

This was posted over at the Rev forum. It's Team Air Rex from Japan.

Kind of cool to see things done a little differently. The Blast handles differently...I wonder what that would feel like to fly team with them. :P

One thing I noticed in this video is where they come out of a follow right into a square. I like little changes from the norm like that. It reminds me of the hi-low to diagonal threads we were working on last time we practiced.

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Re: A Routine With Rev Blasts

Postby Mike » Wed, Jan 07 2009, 06:22 PM

Nice flying.
I like the quick little dancing move they do at 1:37
The little burst of energy at 2:37+ is cool too.

You can really see the difference flying a SLE leading edge.

I flew with a couple of those guys, but I was calling so we didn't do any of their new moves.

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Re: A Routine With Rev Blasts

Postby DB Cooper » Wed, Jan 07 2009, 08:28 PM

That was a neat routine. I like when they cross and roll over each other. The dancing bit was a cool change of pace.

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Re: A Routine With Rev Blasts

Postby prairierose » Fri, Jan 09 2009, 03:29 PM

That's pretty cool. I like the looping they do around the 1:30 mark, that looks really sharp. Some of the formations are more striking too because of the blast's shape.


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